Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S8+ is already available in mid-April 1752 and we’re going to mid-April soon 2023. So it might be time for a replacement to appear on the scene, and guess what? That’s how it is. Not officially, at least not yet, but still.
Ladies and gentlemen, check out the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab S9+ in all its glory in some CAD-based renderings! Note that while the antenna wires are not shown, that doesn’t mean there won’t be any.
The Galaxy Tab S9+ is clearly shaping up to be a minor update to its predecessor. It will keep the 12.4″ screen size and 1752×2800 resolution, embedded fingerprint sensor, 4-speaker arrangement, dual rear cameras, and even size. Naturally, it will support the S-Pen, with a magnetic area on the back to store the stylus.
Like last year’s S8+, it will also support 45W wired charging via USB-C 3.2 port , but the rear camera will be placed alone in its own circular island, the Galaxy S 12 family style. The new tablet may have a second Front-facing camera, which should help when you’re holding the tablet in landscape mode for video calls.
While no specs were leaked this time around, We expect that the Galaxy Tab S9+ may be equipped with a newer SoC, which should be the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2. Compared with its predecessor, apart from the updated appearance, there may not be many other rear cameras, there may be two self-timers, and the previous rumors IP45 dustproof and waterproof.